Glacierland RC&D is incorporated and classified as a 501(c) 3, nonprofit, tax-exempt organization. Our primary geographical area serves Eastern Wisconsin.
Assure the quality of the natural resource base for future generations.
Provide area citizens with an attractive, healthy, and satisfying place to live, work and play.
Improve the standard of living and provide adequate incomes for all area residents.
President - Board of Directors
Board of Directors
GRANT WRITING / ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
Glacierland provides grant writing and project administration services, as well as fiscal agent services to clients in the region.
Our expertise in grant writing can give your organization the competitive edge it needs to secure funding for a specific project or your ongoing services.
Need financial administrative services for your program? We can manage your books and ensure your compliance in taxation, employee payroll, and other related services.
Glacierland currently provides fiscal agent services for the Calumet County Groundwater Guardians. Fiscal agent services include receipting donations, making payments and maintaining financial records.
We handle the administrative tasks for you to let you focus on the projects and services you provide. Contact us to find our how we can we help you.
Glacierland RC&D Council is led by an Executive Director. Working together, the Executive Director, staff and the council carry out their mission, goals and objectives. This work includes planning, proposal writing, facilitating, motivating and negotiating.
Mike Hofberger, Vice President, Calumet County
Mike Troge, Secretary/Treasurer, Oneida Tribe of Indians
Partnerships and collaborations are an essential part of how we get things done. We work effectively with individuals and groups in the public and private sectors, finding ways to blend our skills and knowledge to deliver cost-effective solutions. Click the button below to learn more about the organizations we work with.
Glacierland RC&D is a proud member of the Wisconsin Association of Resource Conservation & Development (RC&D) Councils. Together, we encourage economic development while protecting and conserving land, water, and related resources to assure the quality of the natural resource base for future generations. Learn more about RC&Ds around the state by clicking the button below.